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  • Eric Carle. 1, 2, 3, to the Zoo
    1, 2, 3, to the Zoo
    Eric Carle
    Joyously colored animals, riding on a train to the zoo, offer youngsters a first introduction to numbers, number sets, addition and counting in this paperback reissue of Eric Carle's first picture book. A gatefold spread at the back of the book, featuring the whole wonderful animal train, adds to the fun!
  • Маршак Самуил Яковлевич; Берестов Валентин Дмитриевич; Сутеев Владимир Григорьевич. 100 сказок, рассказов и стихов о животных
    100 сказок, рассказов и стихов о животных
    Маршак Самуил Яковлевич; Берестов Валентин Дмитриевич; Сутеев Владимир Григорьевич
    В книгу вошли стихи, сказки и рассказы о животных известных отечественных авторов. С.Маршак, К.Чуковский, В.Сутеев, А.Барто, В.Берестов, Г.Остер и многие другие поэты и писатели поделятся с малышом своей любовью к братьям нашим меньшим, к их повадкам и проделкам. В конце книги даны вопросы на понимание прочитанного. Ведь умение понимать текст и отвечать на вопросы - это важный навык для будущих школьников. Для дошкольного возраста.
  • Г. Остер. 38 попугаев
    38 попугаев
    Г. Остер
    В книгу "38 попугаев" вошли несколько самых знаменитых сказочных историй про слонёнка, попугая, удава и мартышку. В том числе те, которые стали мультфильмами про то, как измеряли удава в слонёнках, мартышках и попугаях, передавали привет мартышке и ждали бабушку удава. Для дошкольного возраста.
  • Golden Books. A Big Easter Adventure (Peter Cottontail) (Big Coloring Book)
    A Big Easter Adventure (Peter Cottontail) (Big Coloring Book)
    Golden Books
    Boys and girls ages 3-7 will love this new big activity book starring Peter Cottontail! With oversized coloring pages, over 50 stickers, and a die-cut handle, it makes an egg-cellent Easter gift!
  • Michael Bond. A Bear Called Paddington
    A Bear Called Paddington
    Michael Bond
    Please look after this bear. Thank you. It was these words, written on the label round his neck, which made the Brown family decide to take the small brown bear home with them. They met him, incidentally, on Paddington station; he had travelled by himself all the way from Peru, with only a jar of his favourite marmalade to keep him going. The Browns soon found-as the reader will find-that Paddington is a very unusual bear. Although he tries his best to do the right things, he keeps making mistakes and causing confusion. He finds it hard to behave properly on the escalator, for instance, or in smart London shops. But everyone knows he is a very well-meaning bear, and Judy and Jonathan Brown do their best to save him from as many difficult incidents as possible. In spite of this however, Paddington lands himself in enough amusing situations to make a book filled with delightful unexpected episodes. Like Winnie the Pooh and Mary Plain, Paddington is a bear to remember. The author writes...
  • Bonny Becker. A Bedtime for Bear
    A Bedtime for Bear
    Bonny Becker
    Bear must have absolute quiet when he goes to bed. He likes to set out his glass of water, adjust his nightcap, fluff up his favourite pillow and then drift peacefully off to sleep. But the effervescent Mouse, small and grey and bright-eyed, finds it terribly hard to be as quiet as a … well, you know. With masterfully paced slapstick humour, droll repartee and comic visual detail, A Bedtime for Bear sees the curmudgeonly Bear and his irrepressible friend Mouse return in a third wry adventure that will have readers of all ages laughing in recognition.
  • Sean Taylor. A Brave Bear
    A Brave Bear
    Sean Taylor
    "Captures the easy rhythms of a sweet father-child connection" New York Times From the author of Hoot Owl, Master of Disguise and the illustrator of Wild, comes a story of a daddy and a baby bear, on a day that's as hot as hot can be. When Dad Bear says, "I think a pair of hot bears is probably the hottest thing in the world," Little Bear suggests that they go all the way to the river to cool down. But what will happen when Little Bear tries to impress his dad by doing a big jump across the rocks? Told from the perspective of Little Bear and capturing his determination to be big and brave just like his dad, the youngest of readers will rejoice in the gorgeous characterization, the warmth of the storytelling and the deliciously detailed artwork of illustration star, Emily Hughes.
  • Bonny Becker. A Birthday for Bear
    A Birthday for Bear
    Bonny Becker
    Bear does not like birthdays. He doesn’t like parties or balloons, cards or candles. In fact, Bear does not like anything to do with birthdays at all. He would much rather spend his birthday alone cleaning his house, but Mouse, small and grey and bright-eyed, has other ideas. With a perfectly paced story by Bonny Becker paired with Kady MacDonald Denton’s slapstick visual comedy, A Birthday for Bear welcomes young listeners to the party in a new Bear and Mouse picture book ideal for sharing.
  • Michael Bond. A Bear Called Paddington
    A Bear Called Paddington
    Michael Bond
    "A bear on Paddington Station?" said Mrs Brown in amazement. "Don’t be silly – there can’t be." The Browns first met Paddington on a railway station – Paddington station, in fact. He had travelled all the way from Darkest Peru with only a jar of marmalade, a suitcase and his hat. The Browns soon find that Paddington is a very unusual bear. Ordinary things – like having a bath, travelling underground or going to the seaside become quite extraordinary, if a bear called Paddington is involved.
  • Holly Webb. A Cat called Penguin
    A Cat called Penguin
    Holly Webb
    From the author of the best-selling LOST IN THE SNOW Alfie has always loved playing in the overgrown garden next door. It is here he plays with Penguin, an enormous black-and-white cat, a stray who Alfie has claimed as his own. But when his next door neighbour's granddaughter, Grace, comes to live with her, she decides Penguin belongs to her! Alfie knows he can't force Penguin to be with him, but he wishes the cat didn't want to spend time with Grace either. What neither of them realizes is that while they thought Penguin was with the other one, he has actually disappeared...
  • Rudyard Kipling. A Collection of Rudyard Kipling's Just So Stories
    A Collection of Rudyard Kipling's Just So Stories
    Rudyard Kipling
    How did the rhinoceros get his wrinkly skin? Why won't cats come when they're called? How did one curious elephant with a nose for trouble change the lives of all elephants everywhere? These eight well-loved stories give inspired answers to these and other intriguing questions. Each story is illustrated by a major contemporary picture-book artist.
  • Philippa Pearce. A DOG SO Small
    A DOG SO Small
    Philippa Pearce
    Ben Blewitt is desperate for a dog. He's picked out the biggest and best dogs from the books in the library - and he just knows he's going to get one for his birthday. Ben is excited when the big day arrives, but he receives a picture of a dog instead of a real one! But the imagination can be a powerful thing, and when Ben puts his to work, his adventures really begin.
  • Ann M. Martin. A dog's life
    A dog's life
    Ann M. Martin
    My name is Squirrel. I was born in a wheelbarrow. There were five of us puppies in the beginning, but only my brother and I survived. So we set off on our own to see the world. Life as a stray has been hard - but filled with adventure! I've been adopted and I've been abandoned. I lost my brother, but found new friends. I've been in scrapes, but I always survived. This is the story of my life. My name is Squirrel. I was born in a wheelbarrow. There were five of us puppies in the beginning, but only my brother and I survived. So we set off on our own to see the world. Life as a stray has been hard - but filled with adventure! I've been adopted and I've been abandoned. I lost my brother, but found new friends. I've been in scrapes, but I always survived. This is the story of my life.
  • Nicola Davies. A First Book of Animals
    A First Book of Animals
    Nicola Davies
    Nicola Davies, the award-winning author of A First Book of Nature, presents a spellbinding treasury of poems about the animal world, illustrated in breathtaking detail by Petr Horacek. Polar bears playing on the ice, tigers hunting in the jungle, fireflies twinkling in the evening sky and nightingales singing in the heart of the woods – there are animals everywhere. From blue whales to bumblebee bats and everything in between, A First Book of Animals takes you all over the planet to visit all kinds of different creatures. This book is a glorious celebration of life in the wild in all its variety and splendour, and belongs on every child's bookshelf.
  • Nicola Davies. A First Book of Nature
    A First Book of Nature
    Nicola Davies
    From beachcombing to stargazing, from watching squirrels, ducks and worms to making berry crumble or a winter bird feast, this is a remarkable book – part poetry, part scrapbook of recipes, facts and fragments – and a glorious reminder that the natural world is on our doorstep waiting to be discovered. Mark Hearld's pictures beautifully reproduce the colours of the seasons on woodfree paper, and Nicola Davies' lyrical words capture the simple loveliness that is everywhere, if only we can look.
  • Nicola Davies. A First Book of Nature
    A First Book of Nature
    Nicola Davies
    From beachcombing to stargazing, from watching squirrels, ducks and worms to making berry crumble or a winter bird feast, this is a remarkable book – part poetry, part scrapbook of recipes, facts and fragments – and a glorious reminder that the natural world is on our doorstep waiting to be discovered. Mark Hearld's pictures beautifully reproduce the colours of the seasons on woodfree paper, and Nicola Davies' lyrical words capture the simple loveliness that is everywhere, if only we can look.
  • Sam Angus. A Horse Called Hero
    A Horse Called Hero
    Sam Angus
    A Horse Called Hero
  • Bonny Becker. A Library Book for Bear
    A Library Book for Bear
    Bonny Becker
    Bear and Mouse are back, and Bear does not want to go to the library. He is quite sure he already has all the books he will ever need. Yet the relentlessly cheery Mouse, small and grey and bright-eyed, thinks differently. When Bear reluctantly agrees to go with his friend to the big library, neither rocket ships nor wooden canoes are enough for Bear’s picky tastes. How will Mouse ever find the perfect book for Bear? Children will giggle themselves silly as Bear’s arguments give way to his inevitable curiosity, leading up to a satisfying story hour and a humorously just-right, read-aloud library book.
  • King-Smith, Dick. A Mouse Called Wolf
    A Mouse Called Wolf
    King-Smith, Dick
    Whoever heard of a singing mouse? But Wolfgang Amadeus Mouse (named after the beginning of a name found on a scrap of sheet music) has a truly wonderful voice - a voice that thrills old Mrs Honeybee. Soon Mouse is singing daily while the lonely old woman plays the piano. But then - disaster strikes! Can Wolf's voice save the day?
  • Sandra Markle. A Mother's Journey
    A Mother's Journey
    Sandra Markle
    A Mother's Journey

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